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    January 25, 2013
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alameda county sheriff's department. can you fill us in on the details. you are dublin police, contracting with the county have had encounters with this man before? >> minor contacts. he does have some assault history and threatening behavior history. possibly, some mental history. so when the deputy got here he was here in two minutes from the time he got here he was confronted by the suspect who had a large 12" rambo style knife and charged at the deputy who fired. the suspect dropped the knife and the deputy took him in to custody. >> do we know how many shots were fired in the suspect was hit once? >> it is non-life threatening injury. we had to take him to the hospital and we know the deputy fired more than once but we don't know exactly how many. >> do you know where the suspect was hit? >> we know he had a hit to the
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arm and elsewhere, we have to find out from the hospital. >> this is our deputy on the job for a while? >> he has been on eight years, a very well respected deputy. he was confronted with a difficult situation, someone coming at you with a rambo-style knife and he took immediate action and he was able to render the suspect in custody. >> finally, the investigators are out here. what happens next? >> the crime scene investigators will be here for a while and they will do a search warrant on the house to get information and find out exactly what was going on. they will find out why this person decided on this day to charge a deputy with a knife. >> sergeant, thank you very much. so that is the latest from here, one man injured, 28 years old, no other injuries and no impact at automatic on the local elementary school just a short distance from here. the assault went down so quickly
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there was no need for shelter in place. >> police are looking for an armed robber in sunnyvale and ordered a lockdown of cupertino middle school while they search around highway 85 but a description of the robber is not released. we will stay on top of that. a mild earthquake shut pentagon around -- shook people around fairfield at 3.1, a mile from downtown fairfield. an attempted kidnapping in antioch prompted a school to get school a lesson in stranger danger. this is after a report of a parent reporting an incident of their child outside sutter elementary school. our news reporter has that story. >> the principal says they always watch the kids at drop
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off but today teachers volume teared to add extra patrol and they will be talking to the kids today about not talking to strangers. >> there were a lot of eyes on the antioch kids headed into sutter elementary school after news of a man trying to abduct a 5th grader has parents and teachers on edge. >> i am scareed. i see little kids walking home and i am like... >> it is very unsettling. strange something like this could happen next to you where your kid goes to school. >> the principal said the boy walked from school to his ride which was across the park. >> a stranger was at the park, in a car, called the student over saying that he was going do pick the student up and the student said "i don't know you" and left. >> the principal notified parents this happened and encouraged parents to talk to their kids about stranger
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danger. >> you had to talk. even with my daughter who is 15, we talked, you never know. we did that last night. >> he is described as white man with gray share and stubble driving a late blue 70's era car. a lesson came from this for all parents, not just in antioch. the principal sent out a robocall and some parents did not get the message. that is because their phone numbers were not updated and current with the office an example why you should check with the office and make sure they have the right phone numbers. >> thank you very much. in san jose police are investigating the third homicide of the year. police were called to south side drive around 8:30 and found a man stabbed several times. police say he was attacked by many men. so far, the police have not released a motive or information
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on suspects. >> we do have a happy ending to a missing persons report we brought you on abc7 at 4:30 this morning. the san mateo sheriff deputy said a 67-year-old woman who has alzheimer's disease, has been found safe at stanford. she disappeared yesterday after leaving her house in san mateo county to go for a walk but never returned. she has been found. >> the rain outside we had yesterday did not cheer clear the bay area air. abc7 meteorologist, mike nicco, is here. smog? >> haze, fog, too much pollution possible, that is why it is another "spare the air" day. >> if you are tired of the rain, it is dry. we will show you how the clouds are breaking up, partly sunny to we mostly cloudy, enjoy the dry spell but we have limited visibility.
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santa rosa half a mile and down to 2 1/2 in hayward and concord and three in san jose and 3 at sfo where we still have some delays. poorest air quality is in the north bay but all of us are under the "spare the air" day so no burning of wood. down to the south, a system to the north and we are in between and one 8 bring another chance of rain in the weekend forecast with dames in a few minutes. >> thank you. today is a big day for 49er ticket holders who get their first look of tickets at the super bowl. they won the tickets in a lottery. now from candlestick park fans are picking up very expensive tickets. >> jealous. the ticket window opened at 9:00 this morning and more than 100 season ticket holders were lined up to buy their tickets. many are still here. for a lot of folks, it is sinking in: they are going to
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the super bowl. >> i'm hopped. i got my tickets! >> ralph is going to the super bowl. he is one of the lucky season ticket holder whose got to buy them but he has no idea how he is getting this. >> worse case, i will drive. >> no one knew where they were sitting or how much they would pay. tickets were preassigned at random. michael from sacramento paid $1,49 for two. >> i am jacked up. trying to figure all week whether to sell or keep them but my friends say i have to go, go, a once in a hive time opportunity. screw it. i'm going. i don't care about the money, i'm a fan. >> it will not be real physical we land but it is that much closer. we are exciteed. >> that couple booked tickets and a flight before, and hotels
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before the 9ers won. their gamble paid off. if you are one of the lucky folks who get to buy tickets you can pick they will up today and tomorrow. >> so lucky. thank you very much. san francisco 49 owner is giving away tickets on twitter. i have two super bowl tickets for someone. let me know why i should pick you and down goes the twitter the no word on when he will give the tickets away. >> abc7 has an entire team headed to the super bowl, sports director larry beil and former 49er mike shumann will be there and wayne freedman and katie marzullo will join larry and shu to bring you the best coverage. we will tweet their behind-the-scenes updates at
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abc7 news bay area with live reports going monday morning. we have break news from southern california right now where this man will not come down from the roof. this is east los angeles. authorities have been trying to talk the shirtless man down from the roof. he has been up there for hours. investigators say he was running away from a bail bondsman and he climbed up on top of the house. >> still ahead, dramatic video from a plane that catches fire midair and what the pilot did to save everyone on board. >> the diehard giants fans who camped out overnight on the peninsula to look at the world series trophy in
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>> take a look at this dramatic video shot by a passenger on a plane headed for turkey. lightning struck the plight and it caught fire. terrifying situation. the pilot activated fire gear inside the engine and made an emergency landing. everyone on board the plane was just fine. happening right now in san francisco, officials announce a crackdown on restaurants that have pocketed fees meant to go do workers health care. under san francisco rules the restaurants can pass along a surcharge to diners and that money is supposed to be set aside for were low he medical coverage. a city investigation found that more than 50 restaurant owners were pocketing the money. the new plan requires restaurants to pay back the
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money to their workers. also happening now, giant fans on the peninsula, today is the chance to pose with the two world series trophies. >> i am absolutely excited about trophies. world series, percent amendments did it twice, and that is amazing. we could not miss it. >> the guy hard fans camped out overnight in the rain. the trophies are on display right now. you can stop by until 1:00 o'clock to get your picture taken and the trophy tour moves to daly city with pictures from 3:00 until 5:00 p.m. at city hall. how cool is that? >> the rain chances are starting to diminish, good news for the weekend forecast. outside, everyone, from emeryville, you can see the haze
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hang around. there is a "spare the air" day until midnight. cooler concerns coming in with the dry air this weekend. that is ahead. >> and our first look at the new steve jobs movie featuring...ashton kutcher and jobs'
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fremont, palo alto, north bay, and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> this may not be a surprise, the latest numbers from the centers for disease control say the flu is still on the rise on the west coast, a spike in cases in western states comes as the centers for disease control report as drop in flu-related deaths in the east but 10 percent of all deaths nation-wide were flu-related. >> study says people with mental health disorders could benefit great yoga found to have a positive effect on almost every mental health disorder including attention deficit, hyper activity disorder, insomnia and schizophrenia. the findings are preliminary and the constituted guy is appearing
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in the journal frontiers. >> and now a look at the movie about steve jobs today from the sundance film festival in utah. >> no one wants to buy a computer. no one. >> how does someone know what they want if they have never seen it? >> ashton kutcher stars as jobs from the 70's to the year 2000, and wozniak saw a clip and describes this scene as totally inaccurate. jobs, the movie, comes out next month. >> you are invited to celebrate a birthday, marian brown turns 86, one of identical twins whose twin died two weeks ago.
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a crowd will sing happy birthday as she blows out 86 candles! happy birthday. that is lovely. >> turning out to be very nice for a birthday party. >> perfect, thanks to you. you know somebody, right? >> i have connections. absolutely. >> now, looking outside, hope you have some fun on a friday. we are. crazy about the sunshine. if you have outdoor plans the big story is the fact that we have cooler air coming in, in our daytimes, and the nighttimes will be cooler after 30's and 40's, the 50's will return. across the bay beige there -- bay bridge, there will be "spare the air" but you have done a great job heeding the warnings.
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mount tamalpais shows mid-and-upper level clouds but not the moisture in the air that would be conducive to showers. we will look at live doppler 7 hd, the top of the screen shows where the next system is coming in. we still have a slight chance of a stray shower today but for the most part we are looking at partly sunny conditions and just dry weather. keep the umbrella many, just in case, a cooler week on the way and the cool air is dry so there will be a limited chance of shower tomorrow when the cold front comes through and introduces us to the cool and dry air. warmer and more dry next week. we will have a little bit of a roller coaster, not huge swings but a change. look the at temperatures, already in the upper 50's to 61 at napa, and 63 at half moon bay, so, a nice ending to the week. we have upper 50's and mid-60's an the monterey bay and inland. now, what is going on, the low from yesterday is sinking further to the south and you can see wedge of dry air being
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driven in our neighborhoods by the area of high pressure over atop of that is where we are seeing the moisture rolling in so we have just enough scattered chance of a shower and especially when the cold front comes in tonight but notice the air behind it, not much cloud cover or in the way of energy, so it is a limited chance and drying out the forecast considerably compared to what we talked about yesterday. here we are, this morning, you can see the clouds opening up until right now you can see a spotty shower possible this afternoon and in the evening hours it is looking quiet and here comes the cold front in the morning hours from north to southbound, and we will have our best chance of a scattered showers. when it passes we have the dry air and we see more sunshine saturday afternoon. overnight on sunday, there is a lack of clouds so it will be coolest on sunday morning of the weekend mornings and sunday afternoon, partly cloudy and temperatures are in the mid-50's. we have a winter mix with light to very light snow on sunday but
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not enough to make it that great for skiing. headed to los angeles, take the wet weather gear with the showers there and temperatures in the low-to-mid 60's of the today we are mainly in the low-to-mid 60's but only in the mid-50's by sunday and then we will have a slow warming trend bringing us back to the 60's by next week. that is good news if you want to be outside this weekend. >> still ahead, mike will introduce us to the per
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>> coming up at 3:00, on "katie" jennifer lopez, and a tour of the bay bridge after a tanker
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hit the span. at 5:00, who coming to a bay area college campus, talking about dangers of texting and driving. and now, the perfect pet. mike? >> we will focus and say hello. tell us about champ. >> here is the number 1, 49er fan. you can adopt him at the peninsula humane society, 5 1/2-year-old altered male. friendly. lovable. >> he has the chihuahua shape. >> he is person to watch the super bowl with. >> he might kaepernick for you? >> he might. >> no adoption fee for chihuahua. >> and they give you $10 in the merchandise store.
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there is no adoption fee for cats or kittens, just a donation. >> great, so give them a call. >> thank you very much. from all of us as abc seven news, thank for joining us. have a great day and a great weekend. ys of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history?
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[dramatic music] ♪ [cheers and applause] ♪ >> hi, there. >> how are you?
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>> [laughs] [cheers and applause] >> [cheering] [both laughing] >> hello, everyone, and welcome to millionaire. we have already established that today's returning contestant has the best butt on broadway, but clearly he's got the brains to match. from new york city, please welcome greg schanuel. hey, greg. >> thank you, mary. >> how are you, honey? [cheers and applause] just so people don't think i'm rude, yesterday we discussed the fact that--15 years as a dancer on broadway, and you were unofficially named "best butt on broadway" because you're curvy, a little curvy. >> yes, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> but you also apparently are very limber as well? is that correct? >> oh, my god, well i was almost er. that was in the last century, about 35 pounds ago, about 20 years ago, but, like, i can still, like, bust a move. >> like what? what could you do? >> well, i don't know. like, like, like, like-- like maybe-- >> oh! oh, jeez! [cheers and applause] wow! [laughing] [cheers and applause]